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The first lecture of twenty from MIT's Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs course.
This educational material is part of the collection: Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
Subject: one of the best places to begin
The learning's from this lecture are great. It talks about techniques for handling complexity and maps them onto the beautiful language scheme.
Overall its a great place to start with while dealing with computers.
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